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15 webs donde encontrar fotografías de calidad gratuitas

15 webs donde encontrar fotografías de calidad gratuitas | Salvaterra Educativa | Scoop.it
Os proponemos 15 bancos de imágenes de fotografías de calidad gratuitas para que puedas usarlas cuando y como quieras... sigue leyendo

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3 formas de medir la velocidad de tu conexión a internet

3 formas de medir la velocidad de tu conexión a internet | Salvaterra Educativa | Scoop.it
Ya sabemos todos que una cosa es la velocidad que hemos contratado para navegar por Internet y otra es la que en realidad se ofrece. Hay muchas excepciones,

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New vision for Education: Unlocking the potential of technology

New vision for Education: Unlocking the potential of technology | Salvaterra Educativa | Scoop.it
To thrive in a rapidly evolving, technology-mediated world, students must not only possess strong skills in areas such as language arts, mathematics and science, but they must also be adept at skills such as critical thinking, problem-solving, persistence, collaboration and curiosity. All too often, however, students in many countries are not attaining these skills. In this context, the World Economic Forum has taken on a multi-year initiative, New Vision for Education, to examine the pressing issue of skills gaps and explore ways to address these gaps through technology.

In this report, we undertook a detailed analysis of the research literature to define what we consider to be the 16 most critical “21st-century skills”. Our study of nearly 100 countries reveals large gaps in selected indicators for many of these skills – between developed and developing countries, among countries in the same income group and within countries for different skill types. These gaps are clear signs that too many students are not getting the education they need to prosper in the 21st century and countries are not finding enough of the skilled workers they need to compete.

In response, numerous innovations in the education technology space are beginning to show potential in helping address skills gaps. These technologies have the potential to lower the cost and improve the quality of education. In particular, we found that education technology can complement existing and emerging pedagogical approaches such as project-based, experiential, inquiry-based and adaptive learning methods. In addition, education technology can be uniquely deployed to facilitate the teaching of 21st-century skills such as communication, creativity, persistence and collaboration.

Given the early stages of technology adoption, however, we acknowledge that its full potential to have an impact on student learning in primary and secondary education has yet to be realized. We also appreciate that education technology is only one potential component of the solution to the challenges facing education throughout the world. We have found that education technology can yield the best results if it is tailored to a country’s unique educational challenges, such as those related to inadequately trained teachers or insufficient financial resources, among others.

Our survey of educational technology trends revealed that much more can be done to develop higher-order competencies and character qualities, to align technologies with learning objectives and to develop learning approaches that efficiently and comprehensively deploy technology throughout the stages of instruction and learning.

In this report, we argue that for technology to reach its greatest potential it needs to be better integrated into an instructional system we call the “closed loop”. For instance, at the classroom level, education technologies should be integrated within a loop that includes instructional delivery, ongoing assessments, appropriate interventions and tracking of outcomes and learning. At the system level, which can include countries, districts and school networks, we argue that technology can be factored into the broader educational policy decisions that align standards and objectives with 21st-century skills.

We have identified an illustrative set of instructional and institutional resources and tools that further strengthen the instructional system and support the closed loop. Examples of these include personalized and adaptive content and curricula, open educational resources and digital professional development tools for teachers. We also reference three distinct school networks from different parts of the world to illustrate how technology is being deployed to address challenges unique to local country contexts.

Delivering on a technology-enabled closed-loop instructional system – one that will help close the 21st-century skills gap – will ultimately require effective collaborations among a complex and interconnected group of policy-makers, educators, education technology providers and funders. When implemented thoughtfully, these collaborations can begin to bring the most effective education technologies to more of the world’s students in an effort to address 21st-century skills gaps.

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La educación formal no va con los ‘millennials’

La educación formal no va con los ‘millennials’ | Salvaterra Educativa | Scoop.it
Les interesa aprender de forma práctica materias concretas y lo quieren hacer con cursos flexibles que activen su creatividad

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El problema no es la selectividad, sino el bachillerato - Universidad, sí

El problema no es la selectividad, sino el bachillerato - Universidad, sí | Salvaterra Educativa | Scoop.it
“El problema no es la selectividad, sino el bachillerato” Yo no creo que el problema sea la selectividad. El problema es el bachillerato.
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Más de 70 actividades educativas sobre alimentación, nutrición y cocina | ProDownload – El portal de la Cultura Digital y Online

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Un profesor de O Carballiño innova con su modelo The Flipped Classroom

Un profesor de O Carballiño innova con su modelo The Flipped Classroom | Salvaterra Educativa | Scoop.it
El profesor del Colegio Vila do Arenteiro de O Carballiño, Juan Sanmartín, participó como ponente en la Semana de la Educación celebrada este fin de semana en IFEMA, Madrid, después de haber sido seleccionado por el comité de expertos organizador ...
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BOSQUES TERAPÉUTICOS

Darse un "baño de bosque" puede ser una receta muy útil para combatir situaciones de ansiedad o de estrés -nada nuevo hasta ahí-, pero científicos y médicos ...
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La contaminación, el 'tabaco' del siglo XXI

La contaminación, el 'tabaco' del siglo XXI | Salvaterra Educativa | Scoop.it
La contaminación no es ya sólo un problema "ambiental", sino el mayor reto de la salud pública en el siglo XXI. Con más de la mitad de la población mundial concentrada en
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Equity vs. Equality: 6 Steps Toward Equity

Equity vs. Equality: 6 Steps Toward Equity | Salvaterra Educativa | Scoop.it
Six steps toward classroom equity include knowing every child, celebrating their potential, recognizing their challenges, becoming flexible, making it safe to fail, and using culture as a resource.  
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Some Great Apps to Turn your iPad Into An Interactive Whiteboard ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Some Great Apps to Turn your iPad Into An Interactive Whiteboard ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | Salvaterra Educativa | Scoop.it
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Sugata Mitra: schools should scrap the 3Rs

Sugata Mitra: schools should scrap the 3Rs | Salvaterra Educativa | Scoop.it

“Reading, writing and arithmetic should be deemphasised and replaced with comprehending, communicating and computing. That’s the world we live in today,” Prof Mitra said at the education technology conference Bett in east London today.


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Ruby Rennie Panter's curator insight, January 22, 3:40 AM

It's worth remembering what we use language for, and it's great to shake up assumptions

Viljenka Savli (http://www2.arnes.si/~sopvsavl/)'s curator insight, January 27, 9:51 AM

Would like to listen to him in live again.

Jesus Sandoval's curator insight, February 6, 5:26 AM

For many reasons I agree with what Sugata Mitra says about replacing certain education topics such as reading, writing and arithmetic with other beneficial ones such as comprehending, communicating and computing. In today’s modernized society skills such as communication and understanding technology off the palm of one’s hand is very beneficial when looking for a well paid job. Once a student enters high school these skills (communicating and computing) should be strengthened. It will only benefit the students down the road. What is the point of teaching students how to write with correct punctuation and proper grammar when they can simply turn on  grammar check when typing on a computer? The point is that machines and devices have been developed to do one’s thinking for them. The best option is to teach students how to work with these devices and machines (computing) and not much writing and reading anymore. The world is developing way too quickly to be focused on perfecting one’s writing and reading skills.

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Daniel Goleman: "Los niños aprenden la inteligencia emocional en la vida real"

Daniel Goleman: "Los niños aprenden la inteligencia emocional en la vida real" | Salvaterra Educativa | Scoop.it
Hoy entrevistamos a Daniel Goleman, psicólogo, periodista científico y escritor de best sellers como "Inteligencia emocional".

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Cómo grabar con Youtube todo lo que sucede en la pantalla de tu ordenador

Cómo grabar con Youtube todo lo que sucede en la pantalla de tu ordenador | Salvaterra Educativa | Scoop.it
En los últimos años Youtube poco a poco fue dejando de lado ser solo un servicio para alojar y compartir vídeos.
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Cómo hacer esquemas online gratis como material didáctico

Cómo hacer esquemas online gratis como material didáctico | Salvaterra Educativa | Scoop.it
Si necesitas crear esquemas online como material didáctico para tus clases, hoy vamos ha hablar sobre algunas herramientas útiles.

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Si tu aprendes, aprendo yo....y si aprendemos los dos juntos..."es lo más..."!!! By .@juandoming

Si tu aprendes, aprendo yo....y si aprendemos los dos juntos..."es lo más..."!!! By .@juandoming | Salvaterra Educativa | Scoop.it
juandon El aprendizaje entre iguales  es un proceso educativo en el que los compañeros interactúan con otros colegas interesados en el mismo tema. Es cuando aprendemos los unos de los otros. Pode...

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'La vida no es un examen'. Por Andrea Giráldez 

Estaba con mis notas para escribir este artículo cuando vi un breve post de Diego Ojeda publicado en educ@contic: Lo que no entra en el examen. Desde otra perspectiva, el post se relacionaba con aquello sobre lo que había estado pensando en los últimos días: la (in)utilidad de lo que se enseña en las escuelas y en las universidades, el exceso de contenidos y la escasa consideración del impacto real que aquello puede tener en las vidas de los estudiantes.

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¿Qué aprendemos con los #videojuegos? - Inevery Crea

¿Qué aprendemos con los #videojuegos? - Inevery Crea | Salvaterra Educativa | Scoop.it
Te presentamos una infografía con algunas repuestas: 1. Tu cerebro en los videojuegos y formas en las que lo recompensan.2. Arte y videojuego se unen en #Nubla, el nuevo proyecto de @EducaThyssen3. Entrena tus inteligencias con Boogie'

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Centro Liam's curator insight, April 5, 9:30 AM
Les compartimos esta infografía sobre los #Videojuegos 
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¿Por qué los libros de texto contribuyen al fracaso escolar?

¿Por qué los libros de texto contribuyen al fracaso escolar? | Salvaterra Educativa | Scoop.it
“El libro de texto ha sido uno de los elementos omnipresentes en la escuela; un dispositivo tan consustancial a una forma de entender el proceso de enseñanza-aprendizaje que quizá algunos profesores no sabrían qué hacer sin él, se encontrarían desvalidos, no sabrían qué enseñar ni cómo hacerlo. Porque, demasiado a menudo, el maestro se refugia detrás…

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Legionela: la bacteria más feliz del mundo con el calentamiento global

Tardaron unos tres meses en descubrir la causa de la neumonía que padecían estos antiguos veteranos de guerra y la principal...
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Brains in Pain Cannot Learn!

Brains in Pain Cannot Learn! | Salvaterra Educativa | Scoop.it
Young people experiencing anxiety or depression are unable to learn. We can overcome this through physical movement, focused attention practices, and teaching them about how brains work.
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Teaching With YouTube: 197 Digital Channels For Learning

Teaching With YouTube: 197 Digital Channels For Learning | Salvaterra Educativa | Scoop.it
Teaching With YouTube: 197 Digital Channels For Learning

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añada su visión ...

Jorge Jaramillo's curator insight, February 5, 10:42 AM
Alternativas de selección de material educativo para la planeación de actividades de aprendizaje. Esta es una excelente alternativa, buscando conectar a los estudiantes en el conocimiento.
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11 Reasons why teachers don't use technology

11 Reasons why teachers don't use technology | Salvaterra Educativa | Scoop.it
From my experiences with our teachers at EnglishUp and my previous international experience as an edtech teacher trainer, I have always found teachers more than willing to develop their use and understanding of technology.

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Rosemary Tyrrell, Ed.D.'s curator insight, January 26, 7:49 PM

Great post. There are some important insights for any faculty development professional. 

Ricard Garcia's curator insight, January 28, 3:56 AM

Good insight, Nik! I'm sure most of those teachers afraid of using ICT will see themselves here!

Marinhos's curator insight, February 6, 5:45 AM

Se as licenciatura não mudarem - e radicalmente - os seus docentes permanecerão fazenão a escola sem tecnologia (digital). No dia em que não mais houver motivos para os formadores de formadores não usarem essa tecnologia, os professores das escolas da Educação Básica também não os terão. Carência na formação é a primeira peça do dominó a ser derrubada.